A Visit from Knighton Fire Crew

Our thanks to Knighton Fire Service that visited us today so we could learn about their fire engine. They told us all about the equipment on their engine and how they use it to rescue people, cars and animals in emergencies. We loved it! Diolch!

Kerbcraft

Jim and Rob from Powys Road Safety visited us today to introduce the Kerbcraft scheme.

Kerbcraft is a practical child pedestrian training scheme designed to teach pedestrian skills to 5 to 7 year olds, by means of practical road-side training rather than teaching in the classroom.

Kerbcraft is built around teaching three skills: choosing safe places and routes; crossing safely at parked cars and crossing safely near junctions.

After half term, the children will be taught in the road environment near the school, in pairs or groups of three children, by trained volunteers.

Forest School

Year 3 enjoyed their forest school session. They displayed fantastic skills of resilience, perseverance and worked well together as a team.

Joe Wicks

We have enjoyed a ‘PE with Joe Wicks’ today! We found out that it is important to always do a warm up and we concentrated hard to carry out the exercises. We were very hot and tired afterwards but had lots of FUN!!

Cinio Nadolig!

Roedd e’n blasus ac roedd pawb yn hapus! It was delicious and everyone was happy! Diolch i’r cogyddesau, thank you to Jane, Emma and Claire!

Musical Instrument Workshop with Jim Elliott

The children have thoroughly enjoyed exploring a range of musical instruments with Jim this afternoon. Jim was very impressed with the knowledge the children demonstrated throughout and how well they shared the musical instruments with one another. ARBENNIG PAWB!!

Project Touchline

Over the past few weeks, we have enjoyed some sessions with Chris Andrew from Project Touchline learning about the key value of respect and how that is represented in sports in particular rugby. We also created some pieces of Artwork representing what we have learnt throughout the project.